What is Product assembling?
Product assembling is putting together the various components and packing material of a product from different factories to the final product. It can be done by hand or with the use of machines. Product assembling is constructing a product to the final product securely and quickly.
Tiroflx has an entire product assembling line and the assemblers in charge of the assembly line.
Product assembling allows us as a manufacturer to protect our customers' IP by controlling and closely supervising the productions.
In Product assembling, we move semi-finished products from one workstation to another for assembly, adding parts and packaging materials in sequence at each workstation until the final product.
By moving semi-finished components and packaging materials from one workstation to another, mobile assembly lines can assemble finished products faster and less than having workers transport them to a fixed workstation row for assembly.
Why is product assembling so important?
There are many benefits to using our product assembling, and here are some of the benefits.
1. Improve efficiency
Different workers sequentially add product assembling parts or materials. This solution ensures we maintain a high level of responsiveness and avoid increased lead times.
As a result, we can support delivering a better product to market faster.
2. Reduce the risk of human error
Each worker has their responsibility for the process, using their different skills. So, workers don't make mistakes because of too many assembly steps. They concentrate on their functions. If one worker performs all assembly steps, missing parts or one step will happen.
3. Save cost
Centralize all products packaging; no external packaging factory requires. Efficient product assembling makes it easy to manage, saves labor, and reduces cost.
4. Control higher quality
Our people are genuinely committed to our mission. Each project and task within a process is essential to ensure that our customers receive quality products at the best price. The number of product assembly workstations, number of workers in each station, the cycle time of each station, and assembly area are evaluated and determined by us.
5. Protect the products and packaging of the customer.
Our customers often ask us to protect their products and designs; in this case, we have our assembling line.
We can protect our customers' IP by protecting their interests and giving them the necessary benefits and advantages.
These benefits can significantly impact customer sales and profits in an increasingly competitive market. That's why good product assembling is essential and will improve customer business.